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1.) Hunter - 10/18/2013
[B][SIZE=4]Oreos May Be As Addictive As Cocaine[/SIZE][/B]

If you have ever found yourself unable to resist just one more Oreo, you’re not alone. That “stuf” is like crack, neurologically speaking.

A new study from Connecticut College shows that Oreos are as addictive as cocaine, at least for lab rats. According to the new study, eating the iconic black and white cookies activated more neurons in the rat brain’s “pleasure center” than drugs such as cocaine.

Read more: [url]http://newsfeed.time.com/2013/10/16/oreos-may-be-as-addictive-as-cocaine/#ixzz2i2L3edXN[/url]

oreo photo: oreo oreo.jpg
2.) DParker - 10/18/2013
Plus, they taste better with milk and don't make the inside of your mouth go numb.

Crack might be cheaper though.
3.) KYJake - 10/31/2013
But crack doesn't get stuck in your teeth!
4.) DParker - 10/31/2013
The wife and I were at the local CostCo last weekend and walked by a pallet of these:

I'd never seen the combination before, but I love both cashews and coconut (the wife despises both) so I grabbed a container just to give them a try.

Holy cow. Talk about a crack-like addictive quality. I might be going back for the whole pallet next time.